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Before “Blair Witch” became a phenomenon, there was a little-seen, lackluster but innovative found footage film called “The Last Broadcast”.

The Last Broadcast

This week, Chaos and Carnage take you through the very first found footage horror movie, The Last Broadcast, from 1998 (a very good year, according to Carnage).

The story follows a Dateline-esque format where experts dissect and discuss the footage of an episode of the local access show ‘Fact or Fiction?’ where the cast and crew went into the Pine Barrens of New Jersey to search for the Jersey Devil. Only their guide returns alive, and he is arrested for the murder of the others. But some people don’t believe he had the motive to carry out such an attack.

This was the first movie shot wholly digitally. They didn’t even want to send it to the like, one theater it released in, on film, so the movie was beamed into the theater via Satellite!

It’s been over a month since we last recorded an episode, so we, um, forgot to rate it (oops!) in the episode. Carnage gives it a 3.789/10, and Chaos gives it a 5/10.

Tune in to hear your hosts talk about bucket lists, real folklore, gutchecks, a game of whodunnit, and things going really REALLY awry.

Hosts Chaos and Carnage are two best friends who love to talk about horror movies. They take turns picking a movie each week to terrorize their cohost with. And once the mics are on, the bickering and bantering begin. Best friends for 20 years, their bickering is aged like a fine wine. Or cheese. New episodes drop every Monday.

Spoilers and expletives abound.

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